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DailySpark is Now 'The SparkPeople Blog'
Monday, April 15, 2013

Happy Monday, everyone!

Today we are happy to announce a new change that will make your SparkPeople experience even easier!

As of today our DailySpark blog, which we launched as the separate website DailySpark.com in 2008, is moving to SparkPeople.com. Now you can read all of our great blog posts right here at SparkPeople without having to click away to another site. It's also getting a new name: The SparkPeople Blog.

You'll find the SparkPeople blog stories on your Start page, in your daily "Best of SparkPeople" email, and now under the "Articles & Videos" dropdown (pictured below), too.



In addition, all SparkPeople announcements that we used to post here (like this one) will now be posted on The SparkPeople Blog going forward. So look for your news about SparkPeople and our new features there.

To read more about the reasons for this transition (and the benefits), click here.

We are excited about bringing you great stories, news and tips from SparkPeople experts and partners in this new, easier to use format. We'll see you at the NEW The SparkPeople Blog!

Thanks for your support,

The SparkPeople Team

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal.
asp?id=SP_STAFF



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